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May 15, 2014 7:00pm EDT
of osama bin laden? >> absolutely. that sense you know the president's use of word bringing osama bin laden to justice is not different from what president bush and others have said. but it masked a more fundamental problem that i think -- remarks generally today. not appropriate to the ceremony, there was nothing in it about larger struggle that 9/11 brought home to us in the war on terror. and their referring to the seals killing osama bin laden. is justice, is consistent with president's view erenious i think that this is a law enforcement matter that people who violate criminal. a war a war before 9/11, we sure saw the war on 9/11. and we should have been fighting it more consistently. lou: killing osama bin laden was justice for him. but against al qaeda, and radical islamist terror, number of terrorists incidents rose 60% last year, world wide this is hardly a battle that is concludeed. and i would hope that no american would infer from anything that president said that in and way, that this has been a battle in which we have been victorious, or comp bleat in our -- complete in our fi
May 2, 2014 5:30am PDT
that tell them to buy to pakistan where osama bin laden's guilt my last trips. it is much for joining us but this news update on curtis j gunfire in glasgow and often emergency sirens sounding around slow that's good eastern city in ukraine at dawn on friday the self appointed mayor's laments the sad self defense forces had shot down two helicopters and taken when i was a hostage he said no ukrainian troops could be seen in the city. ukrainian as interior minister says one part that has been killed with several others injured other details could not be independently confirmed the witness reported that a helicopter flew over the city after the paratroopers landed in a fight broke out. seven european observers from the organization for security and cooperation in europe remain held by progress to activists. for more on the tensions in eastern ukraine let's go to war correspondent in parkinson has been troubling the country's eastern region ok thanks for joining us can you tell us more about the situation on the ground where you are and what's been going on out there. i can't being at cotto
Comedy Central
May 1, 2014 12:01am PDT
going crazy for osama bin laden theme bars-- there is the real thing. i know! someone just went what? hashtag results. reports that nearly a dozen such places have popped up around the country, including bar do bin and bin laden's cave and even a sit-down restaurant called bin laden and family. which i assume is like chuck e. cheese with murder. ( laughter ) >> this is animatronic bin laden. >> everybody go on jihad, jihad. >> comedians, please write a trip advisor review of a bin laden themed bar. we all have our comedian answers name a winner when we come back on @midnight. ( cheers and applause ) captioning sponsored by comedy central welcome back to @midnight. the moment we are waiting for for the win! i am going to wipe these scores clean, wipe, wipe, wipe, wipe and it all comes down to this head-to-head challenge, i will reveal your answers out loud without revealing who wrote them and you will decide who shall he pledge the winner. earlier we do told you about a brazilian trend of osama bin laden themed bars and i asked you to write a trip industries sorry rev
May 24, 2014 9:41pm EDT
of this year, sulaman abu gait h was also charged. he was the son of osama bin laden and a senior member of al qaeda. he was the voice and face of al qaeda in the days and weeks after the 9/11 attacks. in both cases, while it may have taken more than a decade as a result of our integrated approach to combatting terrorism, these men were brought to justice. these cases are just to two most recent in a long line of successful criminal prosecutions of terrorist offenses. we took the lessons we learned from counter terrorism and applied them to our work on national security cyber threats. in the face of escalating threats we recognize the feed to reorganize and integrate. when i was chief of staff to director muller at the fbi we undertook a transformation there to meet the same growing cyber threat. in 2011 we brought that approach to nsd. in late fall of 2011, ten years after 9/11, we established a review group to evaluate nsd's work on national security threats and chart out a plan for future threats. six months later, that team issued recommendations that shaped what nsd's national security cy
May 12, 2014 8:00am PDT
a fake vaccination scheme to track down osama bin laden. we will get the latest on the nearly 300 girls kidnapped in nigeria. all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!,, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the boko haram has released a video showing the first images of the kidnapped nigerian schoolgirls since their abduction nearly one month ago. close to half the nearly 300 girls are seen on the tape, chanting what appears to be a verse from the koran. leader is also shown and appears to offer the girls freedom in exchange for the nigerian government's release of all the groups prisoners. three of the girls are interviewed, saying they have not been harmed and have converted to islam. the nigerian military says it has deployed 10 search teams in the remote northeast where the girls were seized. nigerian president good luck jonathan says he does not believe reports the girls of and taken to neighboring cameroon. working to see where they are. [indiscernible] >> the nigerian government has faced criticism for delayed response to the girl's kidnapping.
active. i kept doing my daily job and of course we have this amazing moment in 2011 where osama bin laden was suddenly found to be in a bunker and was killed in a special operations raid. i got straight on a plane can within 13 hours drove afterward and found a house and started the reporting on the whole raid that came out of washington, the whole idea of how could he hide in this house? he was hundreds of yards, just a few hundred yards from the top military academy in pakistan so i continued another couple of years looking at how did he hide? who knew who was hiding? how did he survive? he had three wives with him, quite a small compound, three story house but it was small, and he had his career, his brother and their families. it was fascinating to go over everything, very difficult. a lot of denials from the pakistani government but eventually i did find what i thought was really important to report, one of the main chapters at the end was osama bin laden was actually being protected by the pakistani secret service. i found an insider in d i 5 who admitted that. we have a do special
FOX News
May 1, 2014 2:00am PDT
leadership brought osama bin laden the justice he deserved. >> al qaeda has been decimated. osama bin laden is dead. >> of course osama bin laden is dead, but the organization he led has now spread out to various trouble spots where affiliates evolved and continue to operate. among other things the annual reports on global terrorism found the incidents of terrorism increased 40 percent between 2012 onnand 2013. this were terror attacks resulting in almost 18,000 deaths that's up to 1600 in 2012. iran is a major sponsor of terrorism. al qaeda is decentralized. affiliates in yemen. they have had mixed results with their he methods coming out confusing and contradictory at times. the reports pointed out a worrisome trend. it was sectarian in nature especially in syrian, lebanon. >> thank you, steve. >>> military benefits survived at least for now. a house panel voting to keep funding for the same military healthcare system. the housing alou ance and the pentagon 1.4 billion in direct subsidy to the commissary s. it would increase and a full committee is expected to approve it next week. >> the
FOX News
May 2, 2014 8:00pm PDT
several days is it's the third anniversary of the death of osama bin laden. osama bin laden's death was the foundation of president obama's re-election campaign in 2012. bin laden is dead. general motors is arrive. he was soaring to the re-election, and a year and a half after the death of the terror mastermind, which we all applauded. i thank god i was on the air live when the announcement came down. a year and a half later, we had this terror attack in benghazi. it was a situation there that interviewed with the triumphant narrative. he had to spin it, and what is revealed now, and very clearly, and almost without argument, is that the white house and the obama administration closed ranks to maintain the narrative and ubstour what really happened. i think there was clearly a cover-up, or maybe that's too harsh. there was a twisting and spinning of an event to suit the president's re-election campaign. >> i remember the left's attack on bush in iraq was bush lied. people tdied. here, people died, and obama's people lied. they lied about what was at the core of what happened that ni
May 29, 2014 8:00pm EDT
against osama bin laden or the willingness to take strikes on individuals when they are continuing an imminent threat abroad. that has been the most visible example. >> it's almost like we want another speech because as president clinton put it, it depends on the meaning of the word score interest. and there was some clarity there and he did say when the security of our allies is in danger, it is stronger than when the united phase is attacked. on the one hand, he's really talking about pretty hard realistic threats we will respond to, but he also talks about creating the framework for a world of tolerance and liberty. he talks about international norms. he is not simply a narrow realist here. there is language that suggests the united states has an obligation to a larger world order. as aemember he was elected president by a country weary of war. in some ways, the proudest line is when he declares the season of war over. >> let me go back to something ej said where he said obama to return ton clinton and bush 41. i would say it is not at all clear to me that obama would intervene
May 27, 2014 3:30pm PDT
, this president promised us no new wars fought on a credit card, check. he also promised to get osama bin laden, check. he promised to get us out of iraq, check. and promised to get us out of afghanistan. check. promises made, promises kept. this is a huge deal for military families with military deployments hanging over their head. so on their point, thank you, mr. president. >> it's an impressive list, van, but not quite mission accomplished yet. peter, let me start with you and give you another list of sorts. syria, libya, egypt, iraq, russia. trust between our allies has dwindled. our enemies grow bolder every day, our relationship with israel seems to be crumbling. we've killed thousands or hundreds, no one knows, with an unaccountable drone war, and terrorism is on the rise. now, don't take my word for it. let's listen to democrat senator dianne feinstein on cnn. >> i see the intelligence. terror is not down in the world, it is up, both deaths, injuries, in many, many different places. >> peter, how can anyone say that president obama's foreign policy has been a success? >> well, i think
Al Jazeera America
May 20, 2014 10:00am EDT
leadership, the arab spring gave a counter narrative to osama bin laden's call for a jihad against the local authorities. that was the only way to achieve change in the middle east. it's a different landscape now. the affiliates proliferated. they sank roots in syria, yemen, marley and are thinking about regional operations as we saw with the westgate mall attack in kenya, and a worry with foreign fighters flocking to the flag in syria, that when they come home, more than 1,000 in egypt. them. >> you wrote that president obama wants deeply to convince americans that the era of war is over and we don't face a war on terror. but you argue the simultaneous operations in libya, to grab a terrorist and the one in somalia against the al-shabab terrorists conducting the raid on the westgate mall, that they prove otherwise, that we are fighting a global war on terror. >> i think that's a look at the future. once we get out of afghanistan, the idea that we will be the war on terror, if you will, it's completely over. it's a little wishful thinking. i understand why president obama wants to shift the
Comedy Central
May 12, 2014 9:35am PDT
to osama bin laden being taken down. and the thought was and the discussion was is president obama going into the reelection soft on terror or not? a lot of people are saying -- it was >> stephen: tonight fox news uncovers a new scandalling one of their shows wasn't talking about benghazi. (laughter) then more eastern european conflict. last night my russian dressing got on my chicken kiev. (laughter) then my guest david remnick has a new collection of new yorker pieces from the 1940s. you know, the ones your grandparents always meant to read but didn't. 17% of americans say they would have sex with a robot. the other 83% are liars. (laughter) this is "the colbert report." (cheers and applause) captioning sponsored by comedy central >> stephen: welcome to the report. >> stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! (cheers and applause) thank you, folks. welcome to the report. good to have you with us, everybody. folks, that-- this crowd tonight is as crisp as a new stalk of celery. and this is why i will never phone it into t
FOX News
May 29, 2014 2:00am PDT
. >> the leadership on the border between pakistan and afghanistan has been decimated and osama bin laden is no more. the threat no longer comes from a centralized al qaeda leadership. it lessens the possibility of large scale 9-11 attacks. they call the president's afghan policy quote stupid and say he doesn't understand the u.s.'s responsibilities around the world. former vice president cheney reacted last night on "hannity." >> the reason we went into afghanistan is because 19 guys armed with airline tickets and box cutters in afghanistan were supported in afghanistan by al qaeda. osama bin laden killed 3,000 americans on 9-11. we went in there with very, very good sound reason. we have been very successful at this point. it is unwise and it will reinforce the notion that we have a leader who doesn't understand leadership and commitments around the world. snoi den giving an interview saying he wants to come back to the u.s. he claims he was a spy and he was serving his country. he thinks he's a patriot. >> it doesn't mean prioritizing service to government above all else. being a patriot means kn
FOX News
May 31, 2014 11:00am PDT
retreat from iraq. that's his victory. >> well, he would say we got osama bin laden, we prosecuted the war with drones against al qaeda. he would point to that. >> well, you know, as far as military intervention goes, we lost a lot of blood and treasure in iraq, and we won. we had established a base there. and he gave it back. you know, after you do that, you think you're going to get the american public to go, okay, let's go into syria now and start over? and that's what he's reflecting, that people don't want to do that. but i think a lot of it has to do with the fact that they don't want to go into battle behind him. >> okay. matt, one of the points the president made was that he cited as an example of a successful american diplomacy and coalition building what happened in ukraine. getting monitors in there to help with the election and try to separate the two sides, the russian nationalists and the ukrainians. you just returned from ukraine. how does it look on the ground? >> well, i was in eastern ukraine in donetsk, which is basically a kind of a badlands of ukraine with no ukraine a
was on the run. >> al qaeda is on the path to defeat and osama bin laden is it. >> less thanan a week later fou americans lay dead in benghazi. an attack all the more shockingt because it came on 9-11 the administration blamed a youtube video. >> they were in reaction to a video. it is no reason to suggest it was a preplanned attack. >> it was t challenged those wh know the general monitored the r attack in real time. >> this is no demonstration gone terribly wrong. >> long ago he dismissed the benghazi controversy of the side ship. now the court ordered release of white house e-mails and the news that there will likely be selection house committee to t investigate what happenedhe to benghazi. >> it is disturbing and perhaps criminal. >> i am bret baierer from the washington, d.c. newsroom.ght, tonight fox news reporting benghazi has a white house us coverup finally been revealed? we start with a stunning new a development on capitol hill pm chief washington correspondent james rosen with thelatest. >> goodd evening house speaker announced they will vote to create a special select house commit
FOX News
May 18, 2014 9:00am PDT
times." quote, it's called grading obama's foreign policy. except for the killing of osama bin laden and except that it has to be qualified by islamist terrorism's resurgence, if obama's presidency ended today i have no idea what major foreign policy achievements his defenders could recently cite. there's time for it to be otherwise but events do not inspire much confidence. ambassador, reaction to that pretty strong condemnation? >> well, i think obama's greatest accomplishment has been weakening around the world, lessening the respect of our friends and the fear of our opponents, and the killing of osama bin laden, let's be clear, was ten years in the making. all obama did was get out of way of it. i fear that with almost three years left in the administration that the pace and scope of challenges to the united states is going to increase, so it's a grim prospect looking forward. >> well, we certainly hope that they can somehow bring those girls back. ambassador john bolton, thank you, as always, for joining us. >> thank you, eric. >> arthel. >> eric, the commencement at rutgers un
May 20, 2014 5:00am PDT
before the u.s. raid that killed osama bin laden. the purpose was to collect money from people where it was believed that osama bin laden was living and the public health schools have been concerned about the vaccination program and they wrote a letter to president barack obama about it. >>> two cars were destroyed in a suspicious early morning fire and they have been tar getted before. >>> also another one, it involved a high school student and what we are hearing from the girl's grieving mother. >>> good news from the santa cruz mountains, some crowded news, we will run it all down for you straight ahead. >>> it is a cool one, there is some rain and snow and we will take aim i will tell you which one. ♪ ♪ [ barks ] whoo! mmm! ♪ ♪ oh, yeah [ whistling ] [ male announcer ] discover your new orleans. start exploring at [ woman ] and i love new orleans! . >>> it has been a frightening morning for a san jose family, their cars were set on fire, it was all caught on cameras, we will show it to you. >>> complete bay area news coverage starts right now this is t
FOX News
May 28, 2014 7:00pm PDT
and osama bin laden killed 3,000 americans on 9/11 and we went in there with very, very good sound reason. we've been very successful up to this point but it's absolutely unwise, terrible from the standpoint of the troops, from the standpoint of the respect we need to show those who made the ultimate sacrifice there for hill to say we're going to zero and everything will be honky dory. it's a case he hates to use military power. he doesn't believe it's ever justified and i think his speech today will put fear once again into the hearts of our alibis who don't believe they can count on the u.s. >> so he didn't preside over the ending of two wars but losing based on his decision. isn't that a pretty contemptible record? are we leading afghanistan to the mercies of the taliban? are they going to come back in power? >> remember, there was a time back in the '80s, when the united states was supporting the afghan against the soviets. we had help from others doing that and ultimately succeeded and everybody turned around and walked away from afghanistan and then they had a civil war. the taliban
FOX News
May 7, 2014 4:00pm PDT
for the american people to know, we knew everything that happened in osama bin laden. yet on this one, we haven't heard a thing. >> we actually have pictures of the situation room, with osama bin laden, and good for the administration for getting that one. >> i'm glad he did that, but what about this one. >> frankly, i'm surprised tommy vitor was in the situation room, but that's another story. besides that, i was not suspicious of the president. he can do business anyplace in the world, but the fact they won't tell us. i think, why in the world won't you tell us where you were, what you were doing? now i'm suspicious. >> i would agree you. of course, he's the president. he could be on air force one giving orders, but we should have accountability there. i think it's a good contrast to think about we're so glad what was done to get osama bin laden, but here we have four americans killed by a terrorist attack in the line of duty. occurred over seven hours. people have so many questions. just tell us what happened. >>vitor in the situation room. senator, nice to see you. >> good to be with you. >
Al Jazeera America
May 20, 2014 5:00pm EDT
officers are good at following the rules and being objective. you take the case of osama bin laden's driver. the court members on the jira quitted him of some of the charges and gave him a sentence that many consider quite lenient. perception that the juries are there to do as they're told, is inaccurate. >> karen greenberg, if we look back at the days that we're making some of the insurances that we're making now, the argument was made quite forcefully that bringing just high value detainees, internationally wanted men, and suspected of some of the greatest crimes in recent history, to lower manhattan and trying them there, just exposed new york in a way that was really inexcusable after 9/11. can we take the public and the public sentiment out of this equation and just do what black-and-white letter law and the book says, or do we have to consider how new yorkers feel and the way americans feel about this? >> you know, i'm not sure that new yorkers or americans have been given the chance to go on record about whether or not they think that the 9/11 trial could have or should have happened
Al Jazeera America
May 10, 2014 12:00pm EDT
the syrian government of removing medical supplies. osama bin jabi reports >> reporter: these fighters are trying to gain access to more areas in syria's largest city, aleppo. fighting around aleppo his pris /* priningz has intensified. both sides are continuing to fig fight. some aid has trick he would into these areas. thousands of people are still unreachable and places within reach, the united nations is warning that the syrian government is blocking medical aid. >> medical supplies are being removed from convoys as part of a strategy to deny the wounded medical care. this is an abomination in terms of who are taking the medical supplies out of the convoys. it's the government of syria who are either not authorizing the free movement of all of the medical supplies that need to more or whose officials are removing from the convoys the medicines that -- the medical supplies >> reporter: activists have long accused the government of deliberately brolocking access medical care and targeting hospitals. the u.n. is calling for external help. it wants all of those who can influence the go
Comedy Central
May 6, 2014 11:00pm PDT
moment of zen. >> don't forget this was prior, prior to osama bin laden being taken down. and the thought was and the discussion was is president obama going into the reelection soft on terror or not? a lot of people are saying -- it was >> stephen: tonight, a big step forward in fu gun rights, though you may want to take a step back. a new monument goes up in oklahoma city. this be pretty creative in the way they name their cities. my guest is show business legend bette midler. skidmore college is offering a course on miley cyrus. it's not that easy there's a lot of home twerk. it's the "colbert report." captioning sponsored by comedy central
Comedy Central
May 7, 2014 7:30pm PDT
this was prior, prior to osama bin laden being taken down. and the thought was and the discussion was is president obama going into the reelection soft on terror or not? a lot of people are saying -- it was - i want to know what's going on with the huge woman, and i want to know what the deal is with the red witch lady. - yes. yes. yes. - [laughs] i would too. - you know what i'm saying? - [laughing] - straight out. - no, but i mean, like, have you? have you--have you ever slept with a black guy? - no, but i really want to. [laughs] - me too! apparently, it is, like, a whole other thing than sleeping with white men. - oh, no, no. i heard they're supposed to be, like, way better at it or something. - yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. i heard that too. i wonder if it's 'cause they have, like--like, better rhythm, you know? - right, 'cause they're really good dancers. - i mean, apparently, they have, like, bigger-- - oh, way bigger penises, right? [laughs]
Comedy Central
May 7, 2014 11:31pm PDT
after the benghazi attack. >> one more piece to this don't forget this was prior, prior to osama bin laden being taken down. and the thought was and the discussion was, ask president obama going into the re-election soft on terror or not. >> a lot of people are saying it was after. >> much after. >> was it after. >> yeah, yeah, yeah,. >> my bad, i take it back. >> a great point if it were true. >> yes. that's undeniable. yes. a great point and a fantastic new motto, fox news, fair an balanced, a great point if it were true. (cheers and applause) still-- i've got to give a wag of my finger to dana perino. why did you correct him? bolling was pulling a passionate heart-felt conspiracy theory straight out of his ass. you don't interrupt a man in mid yank, that's rude. (laughter) just say great point. because bolling was right, up to a point. obama not having caught bin laden at the time of the benghazi tacks would have made him look soft on terror if time hadn'ted in that order. -- happened in that order. so dana, come on, give your colleagues a break. they've been talking about benghaz
FOX News
May 25, 2014 12:30pm PDT
osama bin laden was killed. >> i want t go back now to the va scandal. what's the latest on the situation coming from the white house? >> the president's aids traveling with him on air force one say the scandal over veterans having to wait for medical care and the va hiding the time they had to wait did not play a role in the timing of this visit, but it did, the visit, that is, did provide a positive background for the president after a week of negative press reports. the secretary announced this weekend that some va facilities will be sending vets to private doctors for care, that's something they already did, to the tune of about $4.8 billion a year and some critics say it's something they could have increased much earlier than now. >> wendell, thank you very much for that flag report. >>> meanwhile as wendell just reported, the president ask -- after mr. obama took office in may of 2009, the number of troops surpassed 50,000 as fighting intensified. in december of that year, the president gave the pentagon the authority to deploy up to 102,000 troops to the afghan wa
May 20, 2014 4:00am PDT
in the hunt for osama bin laden. the pakistani doctor who helped the cia run the fake vaccination campaign has been jailed for 33 years. the lawyer representing him recently quit the case because of death threats. >>> safety officials are looking into whether a switch in kitty litters may be to blame for a radiation leak in new mexico earlier this year. in february, 57 barrels of nuclear waste were packed with nitrate salts and organic kitty litter at the los alamos national laboratory. the combination is thought to have caused a heat reaction and radiation release. the lab says it has taken a series of precautionary measures to make sure the barrels pose no significant risk to the public. >>> the u.n. is rallying support for an international aid operation to bosnia and serbia. those areas are experiencing the worst flooding since record keeping began more than 100 years ago. at least 47 people have died and tens of thousands are homeless. days of rainfall have submerged entire villages and triggered landslides across the region. bosnia says more than a quarter of the 4 million people have bee
May 20, 2014 2:00am PDT
for osama bin laden. the pakistani doctor who helped to run the campaign has been jailed for 33 years. the lawyer representing him recently quit the case because of death threats. >>> safety official s are lookig into whether a switch in kitty litters may be blame for a ra radiation leak. 57 barrels were packed with organic kitty litter at the los alamos lab thought to cause a heat reaction and radiation release. the lab has taken a series of measures to make sure the barrels pose no significant risk to the public. >>> all right. time now to get the late nest sports. look who is here. good morning. >> let's get started with the nba and thunder versus spurs. san antonio going into the game winless against oklahoma city all season. tim duncan hits down low scoring two of the spurs' 66 points. tony parker did his part with that right there. that layup. five spurs scoring in double digits but russell westbrook and kevin durant pushed back but it's not enough 122-105 spurs win the opener. >>> on to the donald sterling sag g the league will terminate his ownership rights at a june 3rd heari
May 19, 2014 2:30pm PDT
for osama bin laden, although he said he disagreed with the al qaeda's leader's -- the al qaeda leader's methods. >> they played much more of a role than we believe it should have. trial hamza, as the showed, attempted to portray himself as a preacher of faith, but he was instead a trainer of terrorists. that has now been proven in an american court to a unanimous jury beyond a reasonable doubt. throughoutnotes using a prosthetic with a pen attached. the largely calm figure who appeared in court was almost unrecognizable from the fiery cleric of old. it was an act, said the prosecution, to trick the jury. >the sentencing will take place in september and the defense team has said already that it will mount an appeal. one of the things that annoyed the defense team was that they were not allowed to introduce evidence which they claimed showed abu hamza had cooperated with british intelligence and acted as the moderating influence. this does beg a question for the british authorities, why it was that it took an american prosecutor to get a guilty verdict on somebody who committed and had
May 20, 2014 2:30pm PDT
year. centralars after the intelligence agency used a public health campaign to track down osama bin laden in pakistan, the white house says the cia will no longer use vaccination programs as cover for spying operations. complaints from top u.s. medical officials welcomed by the world health organization's. the taliban have targeted polio vaccination workers and there has been a resurgence of the disease there. thank you for coming. do we know when the cia actually stopped? >> what we know from the cia is when john brandon made the decision, he made the decision in august of 2013, 8 months after those public health deans wrote a letter to president obama urging an end to this practice. >> if they haven't been doing it for a year and a half and we are still having workers killed, it suggests it has become part of the fabric of pakistani conspiracy theories? even before this broke about the cia using a doctor as a covert operative, they planted, nurtured, and exploited rumors about western backed health projects, that these are sterilization campaigns, tools of spy craft and added a wh
May 25, 2014 5:30pm PDT
their children for vaccination. but many remain distrustful. it is well known that the program is to hunt osama bin laden. many are murdered administering the vaccine. she died for her country, her mother tells us. >>> join us on air and online tomorrow on the newshour. margaret warner continues her reporting from ukraine following the presidential election there. that's it for this edition of pbs newshour weekend. i'm hari sreenivasan. thanks for watching. >>> pbs newshour weekend is made possible by -- corporate funding is provided by -- mutual of america. designing customized, individual and group retirement product. that's why we're your retirement company. >>> additional support is provided by -- and by the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> explore new worlds and new ideas through programs like this. made available for everyone through contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. [captioning made possible by tjl productions, llc] >> folk music has been around as long as there have been fo
Al Jazeera America
May 2, 2014 10:00pm EDT
osama bin laden was caught. but when we have an attack on our can embassy and an american ambassador was killed, this was an election year, his attack on terrorists osama bin laden was successful, they didn't want another terrorist attack on september 11th, this happened in benghazi, there was definitely some coverup or some situation where you send out ununited nations ambassador susan rice and yet she's given these talking points, we know, anyone out there you could clearly say this was a are terrorist attack. she -- this was a terrorist attack. for the house treebles go forward and have the -- the house republicans to go forward and have this select committee is very important. >> but they all got their information, initially, from a cia report. >> michael -- >> listen, i'm not saying the information was right. i'm you saying that's where three got the information. it caims from the intelligence. the -- came from the intelligence, the bureau that was responsible for the initial response to the attacks, wherever they happen, in par paraguay or benghazi. to blame her, to blame the a
Al Jazeera America
May 8, 2014 4:00pm EDT
, who was a firefighter when the towers came down, and she says that in death osama bin laden was better treated than many of the victims of the trade center site. >> his remains were treated with respect. they were washed, they were covered with a cotton cloth, and he was swept into the sea. contrast that with the 9/11 victims and their remains the own identified remains. a pay as you go museum, in a basement underground area, that has been deemed to be a flood zone. who would have ever picked that for our loved ones? so osama bin laden got treated better than our own identified victims. >> the city said it consulted the families but what it means by that is the five families that sit on the board, and many of these other families that there are 2700 families that lost loved one including jim ritchie's here. he is a former fire chief, and his son jimmy died he found his remains nine months later. he says they really don't want these to be in what amount to a theme park. >> all we ask for is to have a vote of the family, the 2700 families let's see what they want. above grade, in a memor
Al Jazeera America
May 8, 2014 6:00pm EDT
her brother sean who was 26. she says in death, osama bin laden was treated better than many of the children at the trade center site. his remains were treated with respect. they were washed and covered with a cotton cloth, and he was swept into the sea peacefully. contrast that with the 9/11 victims and their remains the urn identified remains. a pay as you go mow seem. in a basement underyoung area, that has been deemed to be a flood zone a. who would have ever have picked that for our loved ones? so osama bin laden got treated better than our unidentified victims. >> the city is says it con sacramentoed the faultily members, five of them that sit on the 9/11 board, but they say look there are 2700 people that lost and they are calling for a vote. they don't want them to go into what hi called a bar numb and bailey circus. >> all we ask for is to have a vote of the family, the 2700 families let's see what they wanted. above grade, in a memorial with a light where it is open to the public, free of charge. or in a revenue generating tourist attraction. >> why the still moves
Al Jazeera America
May 13, 2014 10:00pm EDT
do remember that the world find osama bin laden, and find people we want to find and we can find the girls and bring them home. >> tuesday, nigeria said they were willing to net with boko haram. should the government do that, does not that negotiation risk encouraging more kidnappings than this one. >> i always said you don't negotiate on the bodies of women somehow. i call this as a proxy war. >> they might have an issue. we don't know about the issue of the government. could you imagine those young girls, what they have done. just asking for their rights, their rights to go, to get educated. their rights to contribute to africa as a nation, as a consequent. they were demanding the right to be educated, and what they get was to be kidnapped. i think that for me the first thing - dialogue can happen, but those people need to know that there is no impunity. but if they know that today they have done this, and the next day if they do it they will be brought to justice and to trial and to be punished. i think it will be stopped. to boko haram, it may make sense to them, but send, as
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